Access, a Zone of Comprehension and Intrusion
Emerald Group Publishing, 2008 - Education - 192 pages
Examines the nature and seriousness of fieldworkers' problems of failure to gain access, achieve comprehension, and avoid intrusion. This volume speaks of access to human subjects data, dealing with methods and concerns about intrusion.
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